Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Blissful Sleep


We decided to put our window unit in the bedroom yesterday and oh my! what a great decision that was. I was cold when I was sleeping and all wrapped up in my blankets and out for a full 7 hours. I am so happy that I was able to get some sleep. With the unit in, it also blocks a lot of the city noise that is prevalent during the waking hours.

Jason on the other hand has quite the cough and so didn't enjoy the cool bedroom as much as I. He woke up after only a few hours and went and layed on the couch until I got up. I hope he gets better soon as I know he hates being sick.

In other news my lovely cousin Lisa and her boyfriend Evin are moving to Chicago in a couple weeks! I am so excited to have them in town. AND due to our landlords being horrible horrible people we are moving out of our place. We have decided to try and find a place in the Bucktown/Wicker Park area so we can be closer to my cousin and also a bit closer to work. Everytime we drive into the city from work and go by Damen Ave on 290 just to sit in more 290 traffic or Kennedy traffic to get to Armitage...and then still have a ways to go before the ole' Wrigleyvill's just not working anymore. So I have been scouting out craigslist and be starting the process soon. If anyone knows of any great places that are available or good rental agencies let me know!

Today is a 5 mile recovery. Here's to it be better that yesterdays!


Bob said...

It's about time I was beginning to think you two were masochists. sheesh. :) Good luck with the apartment hunting.

Full Metal Lunchbox said...

I know just how you feel!  I finaly got my A/C installed the other day and I'm now able to sleep all the way through the afternoon (when I remember to sleep, that is).

Where will you guys run once you move further inland?

Running Jayhawk said...

I'm glad you finally got that apartment cooling down. And Jason, I hope you feel better soon.

I know all about evil landlords... but I won't get into that tangent. Good luck with the apartment search...and happy recovery run!

Feel better, Jason!!

Running Rabbit said...

Isn't all of Chicago one big traffic jam?

Lana said...

So glad you got some good sleep - and hope Jason is feeling better soon!

Goodluck with your 5 miles today!

Firefly's Running said...

I am glad that you were able to sleep today. I hope Jason feels better soon.